Day 2 and we are looking at motivation.
There are two directions of travel – away and towards.
People who move toward what they want in life tend to look at the possibilities of the future, with little regard for the obstacles that could get in their way.
Away from Motivation
People who move away from what they don’t want in life are people who look at solving the problems in their life in order to make it easier for themselves and others.
A couple of points here from me. I believe that I am towards driven and I have written on this blog before about positive affirmations (I am health etc). Secondly, I am concerned about away motivations and the “don’t want to” theme that Steven describes. I believe that even to move away, you must focus on positives. But maybe I’m missing the point?
I do agree with Steven absolutely on the power of visualisations (images and movies) and the need to put emotion into this to achieve the best outcomes. However, again I have a problem with the use of negative visualisations.
This is powerful, thought-provoking stuff and very useful advice. Motivation is a key influence on success and the essence of your ability to stay on course. Without it, and particularly Steven’s point on the need to understand your direction of travel, you are very unlikely to change.
Bring on Day 3!